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Mar 24, 2013 8:00am PDT
on that anniversary of the 1906 tremblor. what have we learned? >> we learned a great deal. first, the earth sciences around how the affects of earthquakes and the aftermath and what we can expect. we have improved our ability to document and understand those things. we have improved the way in which response agencies, like the american red cross and local government, state government, and the federal government, respond to major events happening j. what is the most important thing? at red cross, you're always at the epicenter of any disaster, and being a prove agency, where you depend on public funding is hard to pull all of the pieces together. what is the most important thing changing for red cross? >> the most important thing is our relationship with government, our relationship and accountability and responsibility for responding to and helping individuals, families, and communities recover from, vents like earthquakes. >> uh-huh. how do you do it? i'm really looking for, god forbid, anything happens and red cross has to hit the ground in san francisco. what is the first thing you should do and
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